Asadero Cheese Quesadilla. Quick, one pan, easy cleanup snack. Topping with salsa and sour cream is a killer.
This is a similar post to one of my my earlier “I Love Camp Food” posts. The star of this meal is the couscous and mushrooms sautéed in olive oil with onion and garlic. The fully cooked smoked pork chops heated in 3 minutes. However, they were not the Hormel brand that we’ve had previously... Continue Reading →
Chicken Tortellini Three cheese tortellini with chicken, mushrooms, peas. This meal was quick, easy to prepare and delicious. Dinner in Arvi: https://youtu.be/a-WmSUVhuxU
Day 96: Blue Heron French Cheese Company, Tillamook, OR Trying to be sunny. We had breakfast at Blue Heron: a panini with egg, ham and cheese that really was good. Then we toured the Tillamook Cheese Factory. I learned about these new robotic lines where the cows can walk up to get milked by the... Continue Reading →
Day 83: Seattle, WA Cloudy and cool. Kelsey had to work so we did some tasks and errands that we’ve been waiting to do. In fact, we made a decent sized list of things that need to be done. We tried to get the shopping done Friday to avoid weekend traffic. Seattle has so many... Continue Reading →
Sweet Cream Scone, Wild Huckleberry Jam, Peaches We try to get local food. In Montana huckleberries were very popular. Our breakfast is sweet cream scones with wild huckleberry jam, peaches with whipped cream. Jen has perfected using the convection oven. Yay!
Day 76: Summit Campground, Lewis and Clark National Forest, MT Partly sunny and cool. The weather changes dramatically from the plains to the national park, which is on the edge of the mountains. We went from partly sunny south of Glacier NP to the East Glacier entrance so Tom could do some fishing. At 10... Continue Reading →
Day 28: Anderson, AK Rainy. I made BLUEBERRY SCONES from the wild blueberries we picked Thursday. I had to try a couple tricks and they came out dee-licious. We also did a couple modifications to Arvi. We installed a paper towel holder, toothbrush and toothpaste cup, and put snaps on the blackout curtains. Tom figured... Continue Reading →